Hyderabad: The first thing that springs to mind when thinking about a snake is terror. If we happen to see a snake, we immediately get terrified and terrified. Snake-catchers, on the other hand, have overcome their anxiety and learnt how to rescue and catch poisonous snakes. A 13-foot-tall king cobra was recently discovered in a farmer’s palm oil field in Andhra Pradesh. Saidarao, a farmer, contacted the Eastern Ghats Wildlife Society and spoke with Venkatesh, a snake catcher, and gave him with all pertinent information. Snake catcher quickly caught the cobra and placed it in a gunny bag, demonstrating his abilities. He later let it loose in the Vantlamamidi forest.
The news channel tweeted in Telugu, “On Sunday, a 13-foot-tall Kodetrachu (king cobra) invaded the home of a farmer called Saidarao near Ghat Road in the zone.” “He gave snake catcher Venkatesh, a member of the Eastern Ghats Wildlife Society, information over the phone. Venkatesh eventually arrived at the plantation and…captured the king cobra. It was then placed in a gunny bag and dumped in the Vantlamamidi woodland region, according to the TV station.
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మండలంలోని ఘాట్రోడ్డు సమీపంలో సైదారావు అనే రైతుకు చెందిన పామాయిల్ తోటలోకి ఆదివారం 13 అడుగుల భారీ కోడెత్రాచు (కింగ్కోబ్రా) ప్రవేశించింది.ఈ సమయంలో పామాయిల్ గెలలు కోస్తున్న కూలీలు దీనిని గమనించి వెంటనే తోట యజమానికి చెప్పారు. pic.twitter.com/9R8SP1XGJd
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This is not an isolated incidence; numerous such sightings have become commonplace. Human-venomous snake interactions have reportedly increased in recent years, according to reports.
The Western Ghats, West Bengal, and the Terai area are particularly rich in king cobras.